By Tina Vasquez
While the news is saturated with articles about immigration, queer and trans migrants rarely make headlines “unless they die,” said Jennicet Gutiérrez, an organizer with Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement (TQLM). But trans […]
LGBTQ asylum seekers experience unparalleled rates of sexual violence. There is no reason to detain them, yet we do, even though these grassroots LGBTQ organizations exist and are already essentially providing alternatives to detention.
— Tina Vasquez (@TheTinaVasquez) August 7, 2019
Here is my story on activists in Las Cruces, #NM, who have rallied around #LGBT migrants. The city in southern New Mexico is less than 50 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border https://t.co/tA2BYLBFaC @WashBlade @LosAngelesBlade @avid_chihuahuan @PFLAGLasCruces
— Michael K. Lavers (@mklavers81) August 7, 2019
#Politics: Trans asylum seekers have recounted assaults, harassment, and abuse in immigration facilities in the United States and Britain and refugee camps in Europe. Click here https://t.co/JGGt5LQYJM to know more. #LGBT+community
— LatinAmerican Post – En (@Latampost_en) July 25, 2019